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Battambang clinch women’s title

Battambang clinch women’s title

HOSTS Battambang won the National Women’s Football Championship with a con-vincing 3-1 victory over Bantey Meanchey on Friday. A 25th-minute strike by Thy Nait off
a pass from Deb Panida took Battambang to the front. The lead was doubled just before the breather by Sorn Sreytaev,  with a simple tap in to greet Leang Srey Pouv’s measured pass across the goal mouth. Battambang consolidated their lead in the 57th minute when Mao Pheakdey went down to a challenge and Hong Kimhong converted the penalty. It wasn’t until the dying minutes that Bantey Meanchey found a consolation goal 

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